It was the pneumogastric nerve, which he reached: a nerve which, when deadened by Oriental skill, paralyzes the vocal chords.
It was a sort of pneumogastric nerve so close did it come to their lives.
The pneumogastric nerve acts with the mental condition of the patientwe all know that.
It appears to me just as inhuman to boil milk as to excite the pneumogastric nerve of a dog rendered incapable of suffering.
It is some morbific agency, the influence of which, Dr. Whedon said, is exerted upon the pneumogastric nerve.
The fact was indisputable; an electric current passed through the pneumogastric did suddenly and invariably arrest the heart.
There is also close sympathy of the stomach with the lungs and heart through the distribution of the pneumogastric.
Counter-irritation along the course of the pneumogastric nerve or along the spine is sometimes useful.
Lauder Brunton called attention to that in discussing another phase of pneumogastric function.
The symptoms are mainly those of peripheral neuritis with special implication of the phrenic and the pneumogastric nerves.
pneumogastric pneu·mo·gas·tric (nōō'mō-gās'trĭk, nyōō'-)
Relating to the lungs and the stomach.